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Ends 5.35.

Tweenies Songtime

Followed by Tweenies
Jake's wishes come true.

3.45 Rugrats
Angelica and the babies tell scary stories.

4.10 The Cramp Twins
A new craze sweeps the school.

4.25 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy finds she has to share her birthday.
Episode written by Mary Morris
More cast and next episode on Thursday

4.35 Jeopardy
Injured in a jeep crash, Melissa tries to get back to the group, but she is being followed.
Written by Steven Turner

5.00 Grange Hill
First in a new 18-part series of the school drama. The school election causes tension.
Written by Si Spencer
More cast and next episode on Thursday

5.25 Newsround
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Contributors

Writer ("The Story of Tracy Beaker"): Mary Morris
Writer ("Jeopardy"): Steven Turner
Writer ("Grange Hill"): Si Spencer
Tracy Beaker: Dani Harmer
Justine: Montanna Thompson
Louise: Chelsie Padley
Peter: Joe Starrs
Ryan: Sonny Muslim
Zac: Jay Haher
Adele: Rochelle Gadd
Ben: Luke Youngblood
Melissa: Tammy MacIntosh
Chrissie: Charii Wilson
Simon: James Pearson
Leon: Stanley Smith
Shona: Shelley O'Neill
Harry: Craig Moncur
David: Gordon McCorkell
M r Robson: Stuart Organ
Lisa West: Charlie McDonagh
Anika Modi: Jalpa Patel
Mrs Holmes: Rachel Bell
Amy Davenport: Lindsey Ray
Shona West: Sophie Shad
Carl Fenton: Reggie Yates

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